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 December 14th, 2015, 01:25 AM #1 Newbie   Joined: Apr 2009 Posts: 10 Thanks: 0 How do I measure the distance on a graph with x, y, z dimensions? I am posing myself a difficult question i.e. how do I compute the shortest distance between two points on a curve when I have numerical values which can have different units of measure? Therefore, I have the following values gathered: length (cm) e.g. 0.02 cm width (cm) e.g. 0.02 cm color (pixelation/code) e.g. one of the colors is rgb(216,0,0), however the picture of the object can include many objects hypothetically and contours have to be created or designed. Natural colors may not be exactly represented by HTML or digital colors, which creates additional complexity. If you scroll down on my facebook profile you will find an explanation provided by the prof. Jon https://www.facebook.com/camilleri.jon - add me as a friend if you wish Further reading 1. Pythagorean theorem i.e. value of the right angle triangle longest side is equal to the sum of the smaller side. 2. k nearest neighbours (wikipedia) 3. HTML Colors

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